LONDON (Reuters) – Findings present that Israeli safety forces fired the bullets that killed Palestinian-American reporter Shireen Abu Akleh in Might, and never indiscriminate firing from Palestinians, a spokesperson for the U.N. human rights workplace stated on Friday.
“It’s deeply disturbing that Israeli authorities haven’t performed a prison investigation,” Ravina Shamdasani advised a briefing in Geneva.
Israeli and Palestinians officers have exchanged recriminations over the incident, which has heightened tensions. Israel has denied that any Israeli soldier “focused a journalist.”
(Reporting by Matthias Williams; Modifying by Mark Heinrich)
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